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Depression Era Dining Room Set

Posted By: Mark (67.128.57.10)
Date: 5/2/5 14:35

I recently purchased a Depression Era table and hutch (no markings except, '124Pat'). I purchased these items to restore them. The wood is in great shape, but finish is in bad shape. I completely disassembled it and I stripped the pieces and sanded down to bare wood. The top is a mahogany veneer and the rest is probably an oak or birch.

I restained the table and I really dislike the stain (to dark). I would like to remove the new stain and start over. Do I have to resand the table to remove it, or is there a better way to remove new stain? The table and hutch have no sentimental value; I am just practicing restoring furniture before I touch my family heirlooms.

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